Children must be three years of age by August this current school year to be eligible for Kindergarten 1, five years of age by August this current school year to be eligible for Kindergarten 3 and six years of age by August this current school year to be eligible for first grade.
Every attempt will be made to place the child in the grade they are applying for. However, if through assessment tests or other evidence, it is determined that the child may not be adequately prepared in school work or behavior for the next sequential grade level, it may be necessary that the student repeat the previous grade.
The child should understand that his parents have delegated their authority to the school. Therefore, he is subject to the instruction and discipline of the teachers and administrator in their prescribed roles at AHIS.
The school reserves the right to not admit/re-admit any student where it is determined by the administrator that enrollment would not be in the best interest of the school, the family, or the child. Families who have outstanding balances at another private school are not eligible for enrollment at Asian Hope International School.
If you would like to apply for a place for your child(ren) at Asian Hope International School please follow the steps outlined below. Before you submit an application please familiarise yourself with our School Fee Structure
To apply for a place at AHIS please provide the following for each child:a completed application forma recent passport photothe latest school reportsan application fee of $25
Once you have completed the application form, please deliver in person to our school office at #168, Chres Village Road, Phnom Penh Thmey, Sensok, Phnom Penh
For children in Grade 1 upwards: Should your child hold English as a second language then it will be necessary for your child to sit an ESL test. The ESL test comprises of English writing, speaking, listening and reading skill components. Please make an appointment at the office for your child to do this test.
Once the application and ESL test has been reviewed you will be notified of the result of the application.
When an application is accepted you have one week to confirm that you accept the offer. This is done by paying the required registration fee, and confirming the date your child will start at AHIS. If your child fails to start school within two months of the confirmed date, you will forfeit the deposit and be required to pay this amount again. Your application will be reconsidered by the School Management. To hold the place you are required to pay full tuition fees from the date you confirmed with AHIS, or the place will be given to another eligible student.
Should a place not be available your child will be placed on a waiting list. You will then be contacted when a place for your child becomes available. If the applicant already has siblings at the school their application will move up the waiting list.To download a pdf copy of the application form please click here
Asian Hope International School has limited scholarship places available. These are awarded on a “means” basis. To find out if your child will qualify you need to complete a regular school application form as well as a scholarship application form (this form is available from the school office). You will also need to provide a copy of your recent 3 month bank statement as well as a reputable reference from someone who is able to vouch for your situation. These applications are reviewed by the management team in January each year and funds allocated accordingly. If your child’s application is successful you will then be notified by the office and required to meet with the principal. All scholarship students are required to resubmit an application update every year and it is expected that if your finances have improved that you will consider increasing the amount you pay for tuition fees. It also needs to be noted that your child’s attitude towards his schooling, his attendance record and parent’s commitment and involvement in the school will be taken into consideration when reviewing ongoing scholarships each year.